When translated all that that is about is a council having a go at a former employee. Councils do that kind of thing, usually to cover their backsides should external auditors come sniffing (the report is only from the internal auditors).
I would like to hope that we have been running a marketing campaign using data from the RLWC. Any Londoners who went to Wembley in November for the RLWC can't have left there feeling anything other than thoroughly entertained.
That depends on whether they stayed for the second semi final! Had they done so they would have left feeling frozen and bored rigid!
Leigh's a little village. You're filching players from other towns! I know one of your first team centres is a Sintelens lad who came through our system. So maybe you should just keep a lid on it, huh?
Indeed not, the scramble for overseas players at Bulls and Bronco's does amuse me though
London have been playing mostly under 20s all season. Are you saying they should not sign any experienced players? How many English players with experience are willing to up sticks and go to London? Not many is my bet. Mathers is the exception.
They will still have a sizeable contingent of young Londoners in their team - Joey Keyes, their hat trick hero of Sunday being one - but keeping them is proving a problem. Their most talented locally grown winger is apparently going to Hull KR.
London want to get back into superleague. They are recruiting very well, and since they are only allowed the same number of overseas players as other SL/Championship clubs, I don't see what your problem is.